byCostello, Laura; National Endowment for the Arts; National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (U.S.)
"This publication was produced under a cooperative agreement between the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies (NASAA) ; Editor, Laura Costello." Topics: Artisans, Artists and community, Ethnic art, Arts and society, Multiculturalism
- The Tennessee Arts Commission, an independent agency of the State of Tennessee, was created in 1967 with the mission that the citizens of Tennessee have access to and participate in the arts. Also administers theTennessee State Museum. Topics: Cultural property - Tennessee, Folklore and education - Tennessee, Artists and community - Tennessee Source: http://www.arts.state.tn.us/
byKlein, Deborah; Warshawski, Morrie; Artists & Communities (Project); Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts
"A community arts project brought to you by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts." Topics: Artists & Communities (Project), Artists and community, Community arts projects, Public art,...
byStevens, Louise K., 1953-; Montana Arts Council; Wallace Foundation; National Endowment for the Arts; Montana
Seven communities seven models -- Chapter One: The Place -- Chapter Two: Learn by Doing -- Chapter Three: BAP as an Organizational Development Model -- Chapter Four: Responding to the Three Rs -- Chapter Five: Return on Investment Accomplishments -- Chapter Six: Essential Elements of Success -- BAP Grantees' Contact Information -- Montana Arts Council Panel Members and Coaches -- Montana Arts Council Members and Staff Topics: Building Arts Participation Program, Arts fund raising, Arts audiences, Arts surveys, Artists and...
Beginning in late February and continuing throughout the remainder of the semester, Wendy Ewald visited Michelle Silvia’s classroom of special–education students at the Carl G. Lauro Memorial Elementary School in Providence. The photographs and videos of the children learning to read and the patterns used in classroom lessons are the result of a three-way collaboration— teacher, students, and artist. The following questions were posed to Wendy Ewald and Michelle Silvia by David Henry,... Topics: Rhode Island School of Design, RISD Museum, RISD, Wendy Ewald, Exhibition notes, Michelle Silvia,...